software development

NEXTGEN signs software security vendor Veracode

NEXTGEN signs software security vendor Veracode

Seeks new partners after CA spinout.
Simon Sharwood Dec 6 2019, 12:05PM Security
Object Consulting to boost DWS government push

Object Consulting to boost DWS government push

Pivoting to govt amid finance and IT&C slowdown.
Nico Arboleda Nov 15 2019, 6:49AM Services
GitHub offers new way to get paid for software

GitHub offers new way to get paid for software

Developer "sponsorships" could productise your code.
Simon Sharwood May 28 2019, 8:50AM Software
How the channel is cracking code

How the channel is cracking code

ISVs are getting a bigger slice of the booming SaaS market.
Nate Cochrane Sep 11 2014, 5:37AM Software
Cincom: A homegrown ISV success story

Cincom: A homegrown ISV success story

Going all in with Microsoft.
Nate Cochrane Sep 11 2014, 5:30AM Software
App developers now part of the channel

App developers now part of the channel

Integrating mobile apps with business systems.
Nate Cochrane Sep 11 2014, 5:30AM Software
HTC settles secure coding case

HTC settles secure coding case

Device maker to fix vulnerabilities, brush up security program.
Dan Kaplan Feb 26 2013, 10:13AM Software
Apple jumps to fix developer vulnerabilities

Apple jumps to fix developer vulnerabilities

Group threatened to disclose website holes.
SC Australia Staff Jul 4 2011, 9:23AM Security
Microsoft to invest US$1.7bln in India

Microsoft to invest US$1.7bln in India

Microsoft plans to invest US$1.7 billion in India over four years to deepen its presence in the fast-growing software powerhouse.
Shailendra Bhatnagar Dec 8 2005, 11:40AM Software
Microsoft says to raise India engineers to 7000

Microsoft says to raise India engineers to 7000

Microsoft plans to increase the number of engineers working on its products in India to 7000 from 4000 over the next two to three years.
Staff Writers Dec 7 2005, 4:00PM Software
Intel intends to develop software in Argentina

Intel intends to develop software in Argentina

Intel, the world's largest microchip maker, has signed a letter of understanding with Argentina to open a software development centre in the South American nation next year.
Staff Writers Sep 20 2005, 11:30AM Software

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